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I don't know how to remove a headlight cover

I need to remove the headlight cover on my 1995 Taurus GL because it has a leak and it keeps blowing the light bulb out, but I can't figure out how. I need to get it dried out and sealed because I am going through light bulbs like toilet paper...and they are not cheap! Could you PLEASE give me detailed instructions on exactly what steps I need to take to remove the headlight assembly so I can dry out the cover once and for all! Please include specific instructions on how to remove the pins that are holding the assembly in place, that is what is confusing me. I have higher brain function and I know they have to removed first...thank you!

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  • craigdgoose Dec 15, 2008

    I appreciate your trying, but what I need is specific instructions on how to remove the entire headlight case housing. I have to get inside it and dry it out but I can't figure out how to get it out...thank you though!

  • bocephis Jan 24, 2009

    I have a '93 Taurus with the same problem. I cannot figure out how to take out the C-clips that hold the headlight assembly to the car. From searching on the web, I have found that there is a C-clip tool that may help you take them off, but I have also read that some needle nose pliers may help you pull it out. I haven't tried this yet, but I plan on doing it later when there is more daylight.

    Then, once you take those out, I hear the headlight assembly should come out fairly easily.


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I had the same problem. a friend of mine that had the same thing said to take a very very small drill bit and dit a hole in the bottom of the headlight housing...it has worked for me thank goodness cause i can feel on the replacing the dang things, not to mention getting a ticket cause of it...try it, hope it works for you as well as it has for me...good luck

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Take your headlight case out put some caulk where both headlight go togther i had the same problem tooooo

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